The Great Basin Fire Exchange has accomplished a good deed for the wildland fire research community. They took a painful-to-read announcement about opportunities for research funding from the Joint Fire Science Program and distilled it into a short and uncomplicated notice.
(The links in the image below don’t work, since it’s a screen shot, but they both go to HERE.)
A researcher considering applying for funding will still need to go to the JFSP site to get the details. Proposals are due by May 16, 2019.
In FY 2017, 16 of the 22 approved projects were various ways of studying vegetation. Back then we wrote:
It would be refreshing to see more funds put toward projects that would enhance the science, safety, and effectiveness of firefighting.
Judging from the descriptions of the current funding opportunities it appears that the JFSP is moving away from awarding 72 percent of the awards to vegetation studies.